Classics on the Big Screen! Hey LA, Check Out Christine This Weekend at the New Bev
There's nothing quite like turning back the clock and revisiting some of your favorite classic horror on the big screen on original 35mm prints. Only a shitter wouldn't appreciate that.
You've got a great opportunity this Saturday, April 28, good people of Los Angeles, as Brian Collins of HorrorMovieADay.com will host a midnight showing of Christine at the New Beverly Theater.
From Brian Collins at HorrorMovieADay.com
This Saturday, April 28, check out a 35mm screening of John Carpenter's Christine (based on the Stephen King novel) at the New Beverly! Personally I think this is one of his most underrated films (2nd only to In The Mouth Of Madness, which I've already hosted!), and always enjoy seeing it on the big screen. Not only does it assemble a terrific cast of great character actors like Harry Dean Stanton and Robert Prosky, but few actresses in horror are as lovely as Alexandra Paul in this film, so believe me - you want to see that face (and her awesome period sweaters) in glorious 35mm.
As always, it goes down at 11:59 pm on Saturday night. The New Beverly is located at 7165 Beverly Blvd, 2 blocks west of La Brea, in Los Angeles (90036), and street parking is widely available. I'll be on hand to do a quick intro and give out some DVDs, and hopefully a Q&A (I am working on securing an actor, so cross your fingers!). And every ticket bought is a sign that you not only support me and my silly endeavors (not really important), but also the continued existence of superior 35mm presentations (very important) at independent theaters where the staff actually gives a shit (EXTREMELY important), unlike the chains. So come on down, enjoy a great killer car flick, and see movies the way they are meant to be seen!
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